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It is our hope that this site will provide you with all the resources you need to learn about these incredible power tools and help you to make informed and correct purchasing decisions. We hope that you can find all of the information you may need on this site, which will be updated with new content periodically.

Angle grinders provide both skilled tradesmen and DIY enthusiasts alike a powerful and versatile tool for cutting and finishing some of the world’s thickest and most stubborn materials. In fact, it is impossible to think of welding without acknowledging the incredible assistance an angle grinder brings to the job.

My name is Ben Jones and I have been both a metal fabricator and welder since 2010. I decided to create this page to share my knowledge of angle grinders with all of you and to provide a comprehensive resource for this essential power tool.

This site will explore everything there is to know about angle grinders as well as in-depth product reviews and how-to guides to steer you in the right direction. Low-quality angle grinders burn up motors and destroy disks. I and my team of editors will help you find a high-quality grinder that doesn’t get hot, wear you out, or destroy all of your expensive disks.

Angle grinder uses go far beyond the popular use of grinding metal. These versatile power tools work wonders for smoothing and polishing surfaces and shaping other thick materials such as stone and masonry.

An angle grinder can be used for a variety of tasks, such as grinding and sanding, and for construction tasks, such as cutting and shaping stones. A well-built product will help you perform cutting edge and demanding jobs, such as cutting cement or stucco. As powerful and wonderful as this tool is, we are also committed to providing as much information as possible to explain the care that needs to be used when handling an angle grinder.

The power and speed at which the wheel and disc on an angle grinder turn are enough to easily severe a hand or limb, therefore you need to make sure the material is firmly in place. Make sure to attach or clamp the stone/tile to a workbench; not clamping the stone tile properly can cause it to slip during the process, potentially causing an injury. This can also cause the tile to slip from the place, potentially ruining it. For added safety and comfort, it is best you opt for a grinder with additional features such as an eye shield, that will prevent flying debris from penetrating your eyes.

These are just a few of the safety precautions we discuss on this site to provide you with all the essential safety information you need to use angle grinders safely and effectively. I learned this the hard way on one of my first jobs, so you can say that I have a passion when it comes to angle grinder safety.

We want our readers to have a vast library of articles on the ins and outs of angle grinder usage, therefore, we will frequently add guides that explore how angle grinders can be used in a variety of different scenarios.

With our product reviews, we strive to only provide information about angle grinders that we have tested and sampled, otherwise, there is no point in writing about a product that we know nothing about; authenticity and practical knowledge are the hallmarks of this site. Learning about all the components of an angle grinder is also one of the goals of our site.

The ability to handle a variety of accessories and wheels is after all, what makes angler grinders such a versatile tool. An angle grinder blade is also known as a disc and the two terms mean the same thing depending on what you may hear. There are some common types of blades that are most utilized within the industry, therefore, we will discuss these blades with an emphasis on telling you the kind of blade you should use for a certain task.

We hope this information is useful and that you have all of the details you need when making an angle grinder purchase.